RStudio

RStudio 1.2 Preview: Stan

2018-10-16 RStudio Team
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We previously discussed improved support in RStudio v1.2 for SQL, D3, Python, and C/C++. Today, we’re excited to announce improved support for the Stan programming language. The Stan programming language makes it possible for researchers and analysts to write high-performance and scalable statistical models. Stan® is a state-of-the-art platform for statistical modeling and high-performance statistical computation. Thousands of users rely on Stan for statistical modeling, data analysis, and prediction in the social, biological, and physical sciences, engineering, and business. Read more →

RStudio 1.2 Preview: C/C++ and Rcpp

2018-10-11 RStudio Team
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We’ve now discussed the improved support in RStudio v1.2 for SQL, D3, and Python. Today, we’ll talk about IDE support for C/C++ and Rcpp. The IDE has had excellent support for C/C++ since RStudio v0.99, including: Tight integration with the Rcpp package Code completion Source diagnostics as you edit Code snippets Auto-indentation Navigable list of compilation errors Code navigation (go to definition) The major new C/C++ feature in RStudio v1. Read more →

RStudio 1.2 Preview: Reticulated Python

2018-10-09 RStudio Team
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One of the primary focuses of RStudio v1.2 is improved support for other languages frequently used with R. Last week on the blog we talked about new features for working with SQL and D3. Today we’re taking a look at enhancements we’ve made around the reticulate package (an R interface to Python). The reticulate package makes it possible to embed a Python session within an R process, allowing you to import Python modules and call their functions directly from R. Read more →